2019
DOI: 10.1111/pbi.13052
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Elucidating the genetic basis of biomass accumulation and radiation use efficiency in spring wheat and its role in yield potential

Abstract: Summary One of the major challenges for plant scientists is increasing wheat ( Triticum aestivum ) yield potential ( YP ). A significant bottleneck for increasing YP is achieving increased biomass through optimization of radiation use efficiency ( RUE ) along the crop cycle. Exotic material such as landraces and synthetic wheat has been incorporated into breeding programmes in an attempt to alleviate this; ho… Show more

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“…The High Biomass Association Mapping Panel (HiBAP) consists of 149 bread wheat spring types (ST6) that are agronomically acceptable including elite high yielding lines, pre-breeding lines that have been selected for high yield and/or biomass, including lines that have "exotic" material such as landraces or synthetic primary hexaploids in their recent pedigree history along with appropriate local check lines. The panel contains members that show broad variation of both RUE and biomass at multiple growth stages as described in 22 , and are controlled for the confounding effects of the extremes of height and phenology.…”
Section: Plant Materialsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The High Biomass Association Mapping Panel (HiBAP) consists of 149 bread wheat spring types (ST6) that are agronomically acceptable including elite high yielding lines, pre-breeding lines that have been selected for high yield and/or biomass, including lines that have "exotic" material such as landraces or synthetic primary hexaploids in their recent pedigree history along with appropriate local check lines. The panel contains members that show broad variation of both RUE and biomass at multiple growth stages as described in 22 , and are controlled for the confounding effects of the extremes of height and phenology.…”
Section: Plant Materialsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Plots were fertilized with 50 kg N ha −1 (urea) and 50 kg P ha −1 at soil preparation, 50 kg N ha −1 with the first irrigation and another 150 kg N ha −1 with the second irrigation. Growing conditions and main agronomic characteristics of the trial grown for two years are detailed in 22 .…”
Section: Field Experimental Conditionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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